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Monday #midnighthaiku

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Too much light…

The soft colours of dawn were painting the sky as I left for work. The village streets, preternaturally quiet now that the schools were on holiday, were, for once, easy to negotiate. Parked cars take up half the width of … Continue reading

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A Hope for Dawn and Dusk ~Marilyn Armstrong #writephoto

It could be the first light of the sun creeping over the horizon or the last rays of light as the sun sets below the horizon. It’s impossible to know. I always wondered if there was any way to tell … Continue reading

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A glimmer in the darkness ~ Iain Kelly #writephoto

I like to sit up here and watch the dawn. That first flicker, the unsteady fragile glint of sunlight peaking over the horizon. It means that a hundred and fifty million kilometres away, the searing ball of gas is still … Continue reading

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The Greeting Place – Reprise – Charles Robert Lindholm

Reblogged from The Reluctant Poet: There is no demarcation zone, no welcome platform where we can greet with fanfare the arrival of the newest and next moment in time, Now   Now just sneaks up on us with a peek-a-boo greeting … Continue reading

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Aurora

I dream summer And purple shadows play In the petals of the rose. Sweet spring recalls The diamond death Of misty forests, Frosting wild winter With flowers. A gentle promise blooms; Sweet morning’s star Remembers night, Honouring the dream With … Continue reading

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Ancient Song – #writephoto Jan Malique

A sense of something greater than the reality of this world washed over the priestly figure gazing out to sea. For as long as memory had existed his brethren had stood at the head of the valley to pay homage … Continue reading

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#writephoto — The Tundra – Fandango

Ashok looked back across the frozen tundra toward the snow capped mountains. He had been walking day and night for at least two days, although he couldn’t be sure, since he was somewhat disoriented. He thought he was heading east, … Continue reading

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Beyond the glass…

The half-light of a winter morning swallows the stars, revealing a world frosted with white. The dog, redefining the phrase ‘global warming’, lays across the threshold, letting the heat escape from my comfort zone. Cold seeps in, reality nips at … Continue reading

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Town and country sunrise…

“I can’t remember ever actually watching a dawn,” said my son in a plaintive little voice.  He had been looking at some of my dawn photos, taken that morning from my doorstep. He has seen plenty of dawns… but most … Continue reading

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